The 62.3-metre Feadship motor yacht Flag has received a major price drop and currency change ahead of her appearance at the Monaco Yacht Show. She is jointly listed for sale with Burgess and Merle Wood & Associates and is now asking €39,500,000.
Flag was built in steel and aluminium in the Netherlands in 2000 by Feadship / Royal Van Lent, to a classic design by De Voogt. She is offered for sale following a 2022 refit and a previous refit in 2012 saw her pick up the Neptune for Best Refitted Yacht at the World Superyacht Awards.
Flag's elegant lines contain a sun-filled interior completely restyled by Chahan. Her 1,078GT of interior volume offers a flexible seven-cabin layout with accommodation for up to 18 guests, a lift accessing all decks, a fully equipped gym and a sundeck swimming pool surrounded by sunpads. Dining options range from formal to a chef's station on the sundeck with a barbecue grill and pizza oven for casual al fresco meals.
Flag is one of Feadship's most recognisable yachts and has had a host of A-list guests on board over the years.
Twin 2,000hp Caterpillar diesel engines give her a top speed of 16 knots and the yacht for sale has a transoceanic range of 6,800 nautical miles at 12 knots. Zero-speed stabilisers ensure comfort while at anchor or underway.
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